Win Constructions Queensland prides themselves on being a QBCC Licenced Multi-Award-Winning Master Builder, with a strong history of creating attractive, functional, accessible and environmentally sound construction, using innovative materials and design features – specifically tailored to Educational needs and flexible scheduling during School Holiday timeframes. If you are seeking a local builder who will engage the end user, provide one point of contact and total project management services, you can be assured Win Constructions Queensland has the expert specialist knowledge to deliver your Education construction project on time and on budget.
Xavier Catholic College
WCQ is in the early stages of the Xavier Catholic College Language Centre fitout, this fitout includes new carpet, cavity sliding doors and walls.
Bay Explorer’s Childcare Centre, Urraween, Hervey Bay
We’ve partnered with the most talented Local Subcontractors, to construct an attractive, large, upmarket centre, utilising WCQ’s full project management skills and extensive building experience to create a warm, inviting, family-friendly environment. This unique project crafted a purpose-built indoor and outdoor space for up to 110 children, a full commercial kitchen, established shade trees and enviable state-of-the-art playground area, adding to the success of the Bay Explorer’s Quality Childcare offerings on the Fraser Coast.
Urangan High School’s Two Storey, Year 7 Centre, Hervey Bay
From WCQ’s use of Ritek Composite Roofing Panels, to the innovative Windcatcher Duct System for natural ventilation and disability access friendly elevator, this state-of-the-art educational space has brought efficiency, functionality and social inclusion to an ever-expanding school precinct. WCQ is proud to be a Local Builder of Choice for Government projects such as this.
Xaiver Catholic College
The construction objective was to create a 3-classroom teaching block and a multi-purpose specialist room. The construction composed a concrete slab on ground with timber frames, a mixture of brickwork and colorbond cladding with skillion roofs to match the existing buildings. Extensive awnings were also part of the construction along with a number of pathways and an external carpark. To avoid disruption the school, holidays were used to construct the civil works and car park. WCQ elected to accelerate the construction of the car park to ensure as much of this component of the project was completed before students returned. This goal was achieved with only the Asphalt surfacing left to complete after the holiday period. This reduced any traffic conflict and long delays in peak periods during drop off and pick times during the day. The car park was completed 4 weeks ahead of the program.